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Jason Mraz Live at McDonough Arena on 2005-10-08




Jason Mraz
October 8th, 2005
McDonough Arena
Georgetown University
Washington, DC

Taper: Timothy Brown (timothydavidbrown@gmail.com)
Location: FOB, mics ~8'
Source: AKG C535EB's (NOS)->MXB1002->JB3
Transfer: JB3->Firewire->PC
Conversion: CDWav 1.93.3 for track splitting; FLAC Frontend 1.7.1 for Flac conversion
Processing: SoundForge 5.0 for fade in and fade out

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Disc 1
1. Intro
2. Life Is Wonderful
3. Unfold
4. Curbside Prophet
5. Clockwatching
6. Absolutely Zero
7. Bella Luna
8. Did You Get My Message?

Disc 2
1. Mr. Curiosity
2. Keep On Hoping *
3. I'm Yours
4. Intro to...
5. Please Don't Tell Her
6. Instrumental Intro to...
7. You And I Both
8. The Remedy $
Encore
9. Plane
10. Geek In The Pink


Notes:
* w/Raul Midon
$ Oasis' "Wonderwall" interpolation
- The sound in the audience was absoltely horrible at this venue. The venue is an old gymnasium, the sound was very boomy. The sound system consisted of two ~8' mini stacks. I am very suprised that this recording turned out as clear as it did.

Compiled and seeded on 10/9/05


Collection JasonMraz
Band/Artist Jason Mraz
Venue McDonough Arena

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Reviewer: iceninejim - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 12, 2007
Subject: Great recording
Sound is clear, crisp. Treble gets a bit overpowering at times. Crowd cheering is too loud but not too distracting. Great recording overall.
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